Deadline looms for MFS/S8 deal

December 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;12/8/2006, Issue 30, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports that S8 Ltd. chairwoman Jenny Hutson has revealed that it will be business as usual should the company fails to persuade shareholders to support takeover bid by MFS Ltd. in New South Wales. According to the author, the deadline for shareholders has been set with 90% support required for the deal to go through.


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